Tag Archives: Pulitzer Prizes

BlogTalkRadio Marathoners Report on Boston Bombings from Runners’ Perspectives | 04.16.13

BlogTalkRadio runners Share info & Insight on Boston BombinGS

by The Marathon Show in NEWS

Immediately after the Boston Marathon bombings, BlogTalkRadio’s Marathon Show host Joe Taricani went live, sharing info and perspectives with fellow runners calling in across the U.S.


Soledad O’brieN REFLECTS ON JACKIE ROBINSON DAY

by The Sports Chronicles in SPORTS

Major League Baseball celebrates the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier, on the heels of the release of the film 42. An hour into the show, Soledad O’Brien, host of the documentaries Black in America and Latino in America, reflects on the impact on civil rights.


Hear the 97th Annual Pulitzer Prizes announced

by Columbia Journalism in CURRENT EVENTS

The 2013 Pulitzer Prizes were announced live from Columbia University as part of a special event on BlogTalkRadio. Host Sree Sreenivasan welcomed guests for event analysis and interviews about the highest prize for journalists, authors, poets, playwrights and composers.


Must-Hear Music: Go Under the covers with Mickey Dolenz

by FlyLady and Friends in MUSIC

Singer Mickey Dolenz of The Monkees talks about his new solo CD, Remember, a scrapbook of covers with special significance in his life. Guitarist Phil Keaggy and Producer David Harris also join in. Hear audio clips of this amazingly textured music!


Small Biz Tips: Comedy’s role, college debt & the latest Ponzi scheme

by Barry J. Moltz in ENTREPRENEUR

Stress-reduction expert Judy Carter shares how comedy can help your business, while Scott Baxter offers hope for the college debt issue. Plus, get informed about the latest Ponzi scheme.


Pulitzer Prize Chief Sig Gissler on ‘SAJA’

Sadly, not a week goes by these days without news of some vener- able newspaper filing for bankruptcy, slashing editorial staff, moving exclusively to cyberspace or dying outright.

CAPTION: Prof. Gissler (above) bemoans realities of Fourth Estate struggle.

Prof. Gissler (above) bemoans realities of Fourth Estate struggle to survive.

From the Boston Globe to the Chicago Tribune to the Seattle Post Intelligencer to the Rocky Mountain News to the Christian Science Monitor it seems the entire industry is teetering on extinction.

That’s why – if you have even the slight- est interest print journalism – you won’t want to miss today’s special edition of SAJA.

Joining host Sree Sreenivasan at 4:30 p.m. ET will be Columbia Journalism School Prof. Sig Gissler, who has been administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes since 2002.

A former editor himself – of the Milwaukee Journal – and Pulitzer Prize winner, Prof. Gissler will discuss the rapidly changing newspaper landscape, and its potential negative impacts on democracy.

To tune in, click here.

To read how Fishbowl New York covered Sree’s interview with Prof. Gissler, click here.